Depression is a condition that can respond well to treatment for those that are able to seek help. Right Path Counseling has a full team of depression therapists in Jericho, NY that are here to give you guidance, support, and strategies for overcoming depression and coping with stress.
- Do you feel down, heavy, unhappy, or empty for extended periods of time?
- Do you struggle to cope with any form of stress?
- Do you want to learn how to find clarity, contentment, and happiness?
Right Path Counseling is located on Long Island, on Jericho Turnpike in Jericho, NY. We have experienced depression therapists and counselors that are available to provide you with a listening ear that is judgment free and focused on your personal improvement.
Our Jericho therapists are available for in-person appointments, located close to Hicksville, Syosset, and much of Nassau County. We are also licensed for remote and online therapy all around Long Island, NYC, and New York State for anyone that is located a bit further away.
It is possible to overcome depression. Our depression therapists are ready to help. Get matched with one that is right for you by calling us today at (516) 247-6457 or through our online form.
There is no such thing as a wrong time to seek help. It doesn’t matter if you have a “diagnosable” condition or if you’re simply feeling down. Your mental health and happiness is always important. Right Path Counseling is here to give you the guidance and support you need to overcome any mental health challenges and find solutions that you can take with you into the future.
Our Jericho depression therapists offer depression treatments for conditions that include:
- Major Depressive Disorder/Clinical Depression – This refers to periods of major depression that have impacted a person’s life and are not “going away” on their own.
- Bipolar Disorder – Bipolar disorder is characterized by periods of highs, called a “manic” phase, and lows, called the “depressive” phase.
- Persistent Depressive Disorder – Some people have depression that is ongoing and ever-present but not as severe as clinical depression, known as PDD.
- Seasonal Affective Disorder – Many patients have depression that shows up during the winter months, when there is less sunlight.
- Postpartum Depression – Depression after having a baby is common, and known as post-partum depression. If it feels like it is not going away on its own, therapy can help.
Clinical psychology uses specific diagnoses to make it easier to determine a treatment approach. At Right Path Counseling, we do not require a diagnosis in order to treat you. We are here to support you no matter what you’re feeling, with psychotherapists that want to get to know you as an individual.